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Oz foreign policy temperature

By Graeme Dobell The snow on the Brindabella Range was icing Canberra’s wind as I slipped into Old Parliament House to take the temperature of Oz international policy and check the strategic weather forecasts....

“Training” for Zapad-2017

By Russian Defense Policy Soldiers secure a 2S19 SP howitzer to a flat car The number is virtually unchanged from the 1,250 rail cars Kovalev says were used for Zapad-2013. Moscow announced 3,000 Russian...

Su-57

By Russian Defense Policy The Russian Aerospace Forces celebrated the 105th anniversary of their founding today. From VKS CINC General-Colonel Viktor Bondarev, we learned yesterday that the Future Aviation System Frontal Aviation (PAK FA...

ASPI suggests

By David Lang Welcome back, dear readers, for another ‘ASPI suggests’ full of ‘fire, fury and, frankly, power’. And a big thanks to M’sieur James Mugg for diligently shepherding this feature for the past...

The coming of China’s Space Silk Road

By Malcolm Davis China looks set to add a ‘Space Silk Road’ to its proposed land-based Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road, expanding the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI; formerly...

Controlling cyber conflict

By Joseph S. Nye When cyber-security professionals were polled recently at their annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, 60% said they expected the United States to suffer a successful attack against its critical...

ASEAN at 50: the view from Vietnam

By Le Hong Hiep At the 50th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting last week, Vietnam attracted international media attention for its struggle to insert strong language on the South China Sea into the ministers’ joint communiqué....

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